Polish MP Urges Practical Steps to Boost Ties

Polish MP Urges Practical Steps to Boost Ties Polish MP Urges Practical Steps to Boost Ties

Deputy Marshal of the Sejm of the Republic of Poland Jerzy Wenderlich said it is necessary for Tehran and Warsaw to do “detailed planning” and take “practical measures” to be able to use the numerous opportunities that exist in the agricultural and industrial sectors of the two countries to improve their relations.

The Polish lawmaker made the remarks in a meeting with Vahid Ahmadi, head of Iran-Poland Parliamentary Friendship Group, in Tehran on Monday, ICANA reported.   

He described Iran as a “safe and secure” country in the Middle East region for investment, adding that consultations between the two countries’ parliaments and the exchange of parliamentary and political delegations can help pave the way for expansion of bilateral ties in political, economic and commercial areas.

The Iranian lawmaker, for his part, highlighted the part the parliamentarians can play to help enhance relations, saying, “The two countries’ parliaments can play effective and constructive roles to publicize the capabilities and capacities existing in Iran and Poland.”

Ahmadi stressed the need for the effective involvement of the private sectors in trade transactions between the two sides and said, “The state sectors should prepare the ground for joint investments to provide the required motivation for the private sectors to enter the trade scene.”